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    • Program Objectives (1 of 3)
      • Recognize stress and its symptoms.
      • Diagnose personal and organizational stress/stressors.
      • Identify specific problems and apply treatments.
      • Gain practical techniques that can be readily applied.
    • Program Objectives (2 of 3)
      • Describe long- and short-term stressors and trigger situations.
      • Identify your personal and work-related sources of stress.
      • Describe several common lifestyle and societal pressures that can produce stress.
    • Program Objectives (3 of 3)
      • Reduce negative stress and its effects.
      • Learn passive progressive relaxation techniques.
      • Practice, discuss, and problem solve.
    • A Challenge
      • Please write a One Sentence Definition of
      • S T R E S S.
    • Definition
      • Non-specific response to a demand -- a product of change.
      • Any situation, good or bad, that causes you to readjust.
    • The Alarm Reaction
      • Biological changes.
      • Increased gland activity.
      • Increased heart and respiration.
      • Elevated blood pressure.
      • Body poised for action.
      Fight or Flight Response.
    • Stressors
      • Physical -- external factors.
      • Social -- caused by interactions between an individual and his/her environment.
      • Psychological -- strong emotions can be brought on by external or internal factors.
    • Kinds Of Stress
      • The kind of stimulus that represents a challenge or threat which causes an alarm reaction and then elicits a response which resolves the situation.
      Long -Term : Short -Term : A condition in which we experience a continual barrage of unresolved stimuli.
    • Kinds Of Stress
      • The first opportunity in which a person's belief systems, past experience, and personality determine if a specific situation will be successful.
      Appraisal Stage : Coping Stage : The second opportunity where the person determines whether the response will be either positive or negative.
    • Related Terms
      • Anxiety.
      • Free-Floating Anxiety.
      • Stress.
      • Tension.
      • Fear.
      • Phobia.
      • Unconscious Anxiety.
      • Panic.
      • Existential Anxiety.
    • Standard Stress Response
      • Increased blood pressure.
      • Increased pulse rate.
      • A heart-pounding feeling in your chest.
      • Dilation of the pupils.
      • Dry mouth.
      • Increased perspiration, especially on the palms.
      • Muscle tension.
      • Fast, shallow breathing.
      • Fatigue.
      • Boredom.
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